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First Visually Impaired Woman IAS Is Thiruvananthapuram Sub-Collector

Thiruvananthapuram Oct 15: Pranjal Patil, India’s first visually impaired woman IAS officer, has taken over as the Sub-Collector of Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram. Continue reading “First Visually Impaired Woman IAS Is Thiruvananthapuram Sub-Collector”

Kerala Nun Sister Mariam Thresia, 4 Others Declared Saints By Pope Francis

Vatican City Oct 14: Indian nun Sister Mariam Thresia and four others were declared Saints by Pope Francis at a grand ceremony at the Vatican City today.
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“Hand of God” In Kerala Family Murder Case, Says Daughter Of Victims

Kozhikode Oct 8: Seventeen years after the six suspicious deaths in her family, allegedly by being fed cyanide laced food, Renji Thomas feels there is a ‘hand of God’ in the case, which is why the truth is tumbling out about the “well planned murders” now after all these years.
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Kerala govt taking steps to demolish four illegal apartment complexes in Kochi

Kochi Oct 7: The Kerala government on Sunday said that steps are being taken to demolish the four illegal apartment complexes in Kochi, as per the 138-day action plan approved by the Supreme Court.
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Kerala Government Rejects Flat Owners’ Demand For More Time To Vacate

Kochi Oct 3: The Kerala government on Wednesday rejected residents’ demand for more time to vacate their flats in four illegal apartment complexes and said they would stick to the October 3 deadline set for leaving the place.
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School In Kerala’s Malappuram To Recreate ‘Salt March’ On October 2

NEW DELHI Oct 1: A school in Kerala’s Malappuram district will recreate the historical Dandi March on October 2, during the occasion of the birth anniversary of Mahatma Gandhi. Continue reading “School In Kerala’s Malappuram To Recreate ‘Salt March’ On October 2”

Sister Mariam Thresia Third Kerala Woman To Be Canonised At Vatican

THRISSUR Sept 30: Kerala’s Sister Mariam Thresia is set to be canonised next month, the fourth from the state who will be attaining sainthood, of which two were women.
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Rs 25 lakh compensation for illegal Kochi flat owners for now: SC  

NEW DELHI Sept 28: The owners of 343 flats in four illegally constructed high-end buildings in Kochi that have been scheduled for demolition must be paid ad hoc compensation of Rs. 25 lakh within 4 weeks, the Supreme Court said today. Continue reading “Rs 25 lakh compensation for illegal Kochi flat owners for now: SC  “

V K Prashanth is LDF’s candidate for Vattiyoorkavu by-polls

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM Sept 26: Amid rumours that Thiruvananthapuram Mayor V K Prashanth will contest Vattiyoorkavu by-election, he himself…
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Navy Builds New Bridge To Link Flood-Hit Island To Mainland In Kerala

KOCHI Sept 24: Ravaged by rains during the deluge in August last year, residents of an island in Ernakulam district had cause to cheer when a steel arch bridge linking it to the mainland was inaugurated by Vice Admiral AK Chawla, Flag Officer Commanding-in-Chief, Southern Naval Command on Monday.
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